In 1926, Stewart and Morin reported a case of sacrococcygeal chordoma and published a complete bibliography up to that date. They reviewed fifty-seven cases of all varieties previously reported. Since that time the number of cases of chordoma reported has reached something over eighty. In this paper I wish to add another proved case and to record the literature that has appeared since Stewart and Morin's article.
REPORT OF A CASE
—J. W., a man, aged 53, a farmer, entered the hospital on Nov. 23, 1930, complaining of an ache in the region of the coccyx. Eighteen months previously, after riding a tractor over rough ground, a soreness developed in the coccygeal region, and on examination he felt a small lump. He supposed it to be a swelling due to trauma.The lump persisted and slowly grew larger. It caused no symptoms at that time. Two months prior to